Alca-Lu begins another LTE trial; Qualcomm adds recording to Flo TV

> Alcatel-Lucent said it started an LTE trial with Telecom Italia. Article

> Vodafone CEO CEO Vittorio Colao warned about Google's dominance in the mobile search and advertising market. Article

> The GSMA released a new report showing that women in low and middle-income countries face significant barriers to accessing mobile phones. Article

> Qualcomm plans to add TiVO-like recording capabilities to its Flo TV service. Article

> Shazam introduced its Shazam Audio Recognition Advertising program at Mobile World Congress, promising brands and broadcasters a new tool to extend their marketing efforts onto wireless devices. Article

> The mobile commerce market will grow to $119 billion in 2015, representing 8 percent of the total e-commerce market, according to a new report from ABI Research. Article

> Proclaiming "Mobile has a bright future ahead," Hollywood producer Jon Landau celebrated technology's impact on filmmaking across multiple platforms. Article

And finally... The University of Texas is seeking to block an iPhone app for students called iTexas, claiming it infringes on their trademark on "Texas." Article

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